Nuclear Abolition: Claiming Your Right To Live

Nuclear Abolition: Claiming Your Right To Live

Join the Ikeda Center on April 21st for our first-ever student-led peace dialogue discussing Nuclear Abolition. Free admission + food!

Saturday, April 21, 2018 - 1:00pm

Do you care about peace, but feel you lack knowledge or experience to take action? Do you want a world free of nuclear weapons, but don’t know how to get involved?

Join us on Saturday, April 21st, 1-4 pm (doors open at 12:30 with free food/refreshments), for our first-ever student-led peace dialogue, “Nuclear Abolition: Claiming Your Right to Live.” Admission is free and open to the public with a special invitation to students and young professionals. Knowledge on the issue is not a requirement.

Together with peace education pioneer Betty Reardon and Zeena Zakharia, Assistant Professor of International and Comparative Education at UMass Boston, students from Boston-area universities will present their learnings from our recent Student Peace Seminar on Nuclear Abolition, as well as a video project featuring young people’s views on nuclear weapons. Through small group discussions, the students and event attendees will explore action possibilities that engage the energies and creativity of youth.

We look forward to hearing your thoughts and having conversations on how to engage civil society on one of the world’s most pressing issues.

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